Heim Data Systems, Inc. has teamed with John Douglas Associates (JDA) of Ihlow Riepe, Germany, to market its Common Mission Debrief Program (CMDP) software. CMDP provides a platform to download, review and evaluate mission data recorded using the Heim range of airborne avionics and video data recorders.
Recorded mission data is presented on hard disk or solid state flash memory from which CMDP is able to identify and import selected data. The data typically comprises multiple video, MIL-STD-1553 and PCM signal channels. CMDP allows the user to select channels for evaluation from the mission data and then review them in synchronized graphical displays. CMDP also can run with archived data saved on local drives or networked storage, including direct display of MPEG2 files.
CMDP can display up to four concurrent video channels with accompanying sound and a time display. The standardized data format allows video and other data from multiple aircraft to be accurately time aligned and displayed. The application can align data from up to four aircraft, with each aircraft providing up to four video/audio channels, 16 Mil-Std-1553 buses and two PCM channels. Data recovered from MIL-STD-1553 and PCM sources is decoded and displayed as moving graphs or user selected simulations of meters and indicators. When the data includes navigational information, a simulated aircraft can be displayed from various perspectives superimposed in a 3-D terrain map.
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